Corrupt FBI and DOJ Not Only Caught Redacting Their Criminal Acts – They’re Now Caught CREATING Fraudulent Documents

From:,  by Jim Hoft,  on Jul 8, 2018

Over the past few years, the DOJ and FBI redacted documents in the name of national security but their real reason was later uncovered as an effort to hide their crimes.  They also will not allow Congress to obtain copies of records and instead only allow Congress to review documents maintained at an FBI or DOJ location.  Now, this too is catching up to them as their efforts to swap documents or create two versions of documents are being uncovered. 

During the recent Hearing in front of Congress, some excellent questions were asked of corrupt Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein by Representative Matt Gaetz from Florida:

According to Jeff at themarketswork there was a key exchange hidden in the video above –

Here’s a transcript of the Gaetz/Rosenstein Exchange. First the buildup:

Rep. Gaetz: Did you read the FISA application before you signed it?

Deputy AG Rosenstein: I won’t comment about any FISA application.

Rep. Gaetz: You won’t say to the committee whether or not you read the document you signed that authorized spying on people associated with the Trump campaign.

Deputy AG Rosenstein: I dispute your characterization of what that FISA is about, sir.

Rosenstein’s statement “I dispute your characterization of what that FISA is about” is tantalizing – but not necessarily inconsistent. Page had left the Trump Campaign prior to the FISA Issuance.

Nevertheless, the Page FISA Warrant allowed for two-step surveillance. People associated with Page – like those still involved in the Trump Campaign – could also be surveilled.

Now we get the payoff:

Deputy AG Rosenstein: My responsibility at that time was to approve the filing of FISA applications. Because only three people in the department are authorized to sign it: the Attorney General, the Deputy, and the Assistant Attorney General for national security, which was vacant at the time.

We sit down with a team of attorneys from the Department of Justice. All of whom review that and provide a briefing for us for what’s in it. And I’ve reviewed that one in some detail, and I can tell you the information about that doesn’t match with my understanding of the one that I signed, but I think it’s appropriate to let the Inspector General complete that investigation. These are serious allegations. I don’t do the investigation — I’m not the affiant. I’m reviewing the finished product, sir.

If the Inspector General finds that I did something wrong then I’ll respect that judgment, but I think it is highly, highly unlikely given the way the process works.

Here’s the important connection.

The Page FISA Application was discussed extensively in both the Nunes Memo and the Grassley Memo. It was later discussed in the Schiff Memo.

Jeff at themarketswork continued with the following –

The Page FISA Application was viewed by the following members of Congress no later than January 31, 2018:

  • Chuck Grassley
  • Bob Goodlatte
  • Trey Gowdy
  • Lindsey Graham
  • Jerrold Nadler (or staff)
  • John Ratcliffe
  • Adam Schiff
  • Dianne Feinstein
  • Sheldon Whitehouse

On April 6, 2018, Assistant Attorney General Stephen Boyd took the unusual step of allowing all House and Senate Intelligence Committee Members to view the FISA Application (Boyd’s letter here):

The Department and the FBI agree to permit all members of the Committee to review the FISA applications and renewals in camera at the Department.  The Department considers this an extraordinary accommodation based on unique facts and circumstances.

We are also extending this review opportunity to the members of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.

The DOJ agreed to allow all members of the House Intelligence Committee and the Senate Intelligence Committee to review the Carter Page FISA Application.

The problem with the FISA memo that Jeff at themarketswork points out is that it appears that there were two different FISA memo’s that were presented by the FBI.  One memo is the one that was presented to the FISA court and signed by corrupt DAG Rosenstein.  The other memo is the one that the members of Congress were allowed to see.  Apparently, either the documents were illegally duplicated or Rod Rosenstein is lying – both which are crimes. 

In addition, we are now seeing a pattern like the redacting of documents by the FBI to cover up FBI and DOJ crimes.  The FBI and DOJ will not provide Congress with copies of documents.  They say they are doing this again for national security, but this is clearly not the case.  The reason that the FBI and DOJ will not hand over copies of documents is because this way they can change or alter documents provided to different sources to hide their crimes.

These actions go against honest and transparent reporting.  Whenever an auditor or inspector is reviewing documentation and an error or fraud is uncovered, immediately a copy of the document is obtained for evidence.  This provides cover for any misunderstandings and cover-ups in the future.  By not providing documentation to Congress, the FBI and DOJ enable themselves to commit more crimes by falsifying documents or creating multiple versions of the same document to cover up their crimes.  It appears that Congress has caught them doing just that.

Redacting documents to cover up crimes or creating two sets of books to hide illegal acts are both criminal acts.  The criminals in the FBI and DOJ cannot be put in prison soon enough!


Drip, drip, drip – little by little, we’re learning about the extent to which our heretofore vaunted federal agencies are lying to the American people. They are doubling-down on their criminality and participating in several cover-ups to hide their illegal and unconstitutional activities. These ongoing actions themselves are crimes but are no doubt undertaken to hide even more serious crimes committed during the schemes to exonerate Hillary Clinton and frame Donald Trump.

How can we, the American people, continue to have confidence in our national leadership when we see top officials in critical federal agencies committing all manner of crimes seemingly without regard to our laws and statutes. There can be only one interpretation: they believed themselves to be above the law; they believe themselves to be untouchable.

If a time ever existed in the history of our United States when the confidence in our governance was questioned, this is that time. Our Constitutional Republic depends on (requires) the confidence of the governed to exist as created by our founders. That confidence has been shaken mightily by the actions of what is now called “the Deep State.”

The perpetrators of the illegal acts MUST be brought to justice for all the world to see. They MUST suffer the harshest punishment allowed by law and they MUST serve as examples of what can be expected if anyone would ever try similar criminal acts again.

Serious prison time has been earned by every participant in these crimes and seeing it happen is the only way to recoup the public’s confidence in our system of justice that is so necessary for the long-term survival of our republic.




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9 replies

  1. Do you still have hope in the law? Mine is deteriorating. I don’t think these people will recieve justice.

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    • I DO still have hope – I have to. Without hope, what’s left? Mine is deteriorating too, but we’ve got to give Trump the opportunity to drain the swamp – that, to me, will be an imperative by the end of his first term. I certainly wouldn’t stake my life on it, but I am hopeful that some/most will go to prison.

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  2. Your commentary here is outstanding, Garnet.

    The damage that’s been done here in the interest of personal gain is immeasurable. This is why they say leftists are like locusts. They destroy everything they come into contact with. Nothing is sacred.

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    • Thanks, CW. “Nothing is sacred” should be the new “motto of the month” for the left. They’ve already started attacking Kavanaugh for everything from the way he ties his shoelaces to the way he parts his hair and everything in between. I expect them to attack his family, even his two little daughters. As you said, “nothing is sacred.”

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  3. Between this cover up and the failure to keep the NICS data current, the people’s confidence in the DOJ/FBI is at an all time low, and with good reason. They’re so busy covering up their corruption they don’t have time to do their job, and that’s where Jeff Sessions should be stepping in. His recusal doesn’t prevent him from managing his personnel.

    You mentioned serious prison time, but I don’t recall anyone being punished since the days of Richard Nixon. From Lois Lerner to Bill Clinton to Eric Holder – nobody pays for their crimes, except us.

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    • Once the Bush Dynasty took over, the Deep State had control of all levels of the government. Clinton and Obama were partners in the criminal enterprise. They are all part of the globalist cabal. Our so-called allies have directly conspired against our nation and the American people.

      This is only now being revealed because of Trump, Sessions, and the Military Intelligence Q Project. That we are rebalancing the judiciary is a very hopeful bonus!

      Much more is to come out quite soon, with actual accountability to follow!

      Most of the DoJ and FBI are good, honest people. The upper levels of all the alphabet intelligence and law enforcement agencies were deliberately corrupted. They are in process of being thoroughly cleaned. Many politicians have likewise been deeply corrupted, thus the number of “voluntary” retirements thus year. (Actually under compulsion!). CIA (There are three, two off budget: OSS, Bush, & CIA) will need to be wholly disbanded and their Trillion$ confiscated!! Replaced by a scrubbed NSA and Military Intelligence.

      The Drip, Drip, Drip! Garnet speaks of today was “Conspiracy Theory” two years ago.


      I’m very sorry to have to take “medical leave” right now!

      But, somehow, I sense that the corruption will STILL be around when I come back to my senses. LOL!!

      Hopefully fully this weekend!

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      • Curtis, you can stop trying to convince me that this whole Q thing is the end-all be-all to all our problems, because to be perfectly honest with you, I just don’t buy it and for a wide variety of reasons. The corruption in our government has been there longer and outlasted many good men, long before Q started his shtick, so just save it.

        But rest assured, that when the SHTF and Q, along with Trump’s and Sessions’ help, actually drains the swamp, I will be first in line to say you were right.

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    • That’s EXACTLY why some of these criminals MUST go to prison. We’ve all become accustomed to the bad guys getting away with everything if they had either connections or money (or both). It’s my belief that if these blatant and obvious criminals get off without severe punishment, Lady Justice might as well be a pole-dancing stripper like Stormy – the public will be so jaded that it might be unrecoverable.

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